Bethany Christian Trust

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Scottish homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust is asking festive shoppers to help people without a home this winter by purchasing a Caring Christmas Tree. Adding festive warmth to their home with a Caring Christmas Tree helps to bring much needed care and support to some of Scotland’s m

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Charity and academic sector leaders will use this year’s Scottish homelessness conference from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 October to urge people and organisations in Scotland that are concerned about homelessness to keep up the pace as winter approaches. A rapid response from the sector and gov

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National homeless charity Bethany Christian Trust has been awarded a grant of £100,000 by Barclays to help serve 3,000 households through Scotland with emergency supply packs including items such as food, toiletries and cleaning products. In April, Barclays announced a £100 million Commu

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Nineteen influential charity sector organisations working to end homelessness will present a joint plan to the Scottish Government today based around three key asks that experts and academics believe could permanently end rough sleeping and destitution in Scotland as the country emerges from the pan

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Jasper Maciver, age 6, from Edinburgh has raised over £500 for homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust by running a 5K in his back garden. Fundraising hero Jasper completed his fundraising challenge for Bethany just days before the charity’s launch of its 2.

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National homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust and the City of Edinburgh Council are partnering to provide further hotel accommodation and specialised support for people who would otherwise be sleeping rough in the capital. Working together on a range of services, this latest initiative ensur

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Bethany Christian Trust has issued a services update in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, assuring users that services continue to support vulnerable and homeless people across Scotland. Alasdair Bennett, chief executive of the charity, said: "We would like to give further update to all our supporters

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Parliamentary candidate Ian Murray helped sell ethical Christmas presents at his local Bethany Christian Trust shop in Morningside yesterday to help end homelessness in Edinburgh. The Buy a Bed Christmas gifts, which cost £21 each, are available to purchase online and will sponsor a bed,

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